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DAY OF SALE 
THURSDAY, 4th SEPTEMBER, 1969 


commencing at 1 p.m. precisely 


ON VIEW Tuesday and Wednesday prior to Sale 
9.30 a.m. to 12 noon and {1 p.m. to 4.30 p.m. 


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CONDITIONS OF SALE 


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First.—The highest bidder to be the buyer; and if any dispute 
arise between two or more bidders, the lot so in dispute 
shall be immediately put up again and re-sold, provided 
the Auctioneer cannot decide the said dispute. 


Seconp.—No person to advance less than 1s.; above five pounds, 
5s.; and so on in proportion. 

Turrp.—All lots are put up for sale subject (a) to any reserve price 
imposed by the seller and (b) to the right of the seller 
to bid either personally or else by any one person who 
may be the Auctioneer. 


FourtH.—The purchasers to give in their names and places of 
abode, and to pay down 5s. in the pound or more in _ 
part payment, or the whole of the purchase-money, 
if required; in default of which the lot or lots so purchased 
to be immediately put up again and re-sold. 


FirtH.—Each lot is believed to be genuine, but should any lot 
rove to be a forgery, or reprint, or wrongly described 
in the catalogue, the purchaser is at liberty to take or 
reject it, provided always that notice of such rejection 
be made and the lot returned within seven days from 
date of sale. 


SrxtH.—The Auctioneers will not hold themselves responsible for 
any action that may arise, acting solely as agents between 
buyer and seller and for both equitably. 

SEVENTH.—The Auctioneers will not hold themselves responsible for 
the safe custody of any lots left more than three days 
after the sale. 

E1cuTH.—Buyers must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of 
their purchases at the time of delivery. The Auctioneers 
not to be held responsible for any discrepancy which 
might be discovered after the lots have been removed 
from their premises. 


Please Note. 


The metal in which the coins are struck is indicated thus: — 
A’=gold, AX=silver, A°=copper or bronze. 
El=Electrum (an alloy of gold and silver). 

Bl=Billon (an alloy of silver and copper). 

Care is taken to describe accurately the condition of coins 
and medals, using the following scale: Extremely fine, Very fine, 
Fine, and Good. Where no condition is stated it may be assumed 
that the coins and medals are not in good condition, 





EXCHANGE CONTROL (GOLD COINS EXEMPTION) 


ORDER, 1966 


THE above Order, which came into effect on the 27th April, 1966, necessi- 
tates the following requirements in respect of ALL GOLD COINS DATED 
AFTER 1837. 


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2. 


BUYING. 


(a) Residents of the United Kingdom, the Isle of Man and the Channel 


Islands must produce satisfactory proof that they are in possession 
of permission from the Bank of England to purchase gold coins 
dated after 1837. (Applications to maintain a collection of gold 
coins dated after 1837 should be submitted to the Dealing and 
Accounts Office, Bank of England, London, E.C.2, on Form GC1 
(obtainable from any Bank) .) 


(6) Scheduled Territories. Bids are accepted on the understanding 


that local Exchange Control] permission, where necessary, has been 
obtained for the importation of purchases. 


(c) Other Overseas Buyers are not, in any way, affected by this 


Order. 


SELLING. 


(a) Residents of the United Kingdom, the Isle of Man and the Channel 


Islands. Intending Vendors must produce satisfactory proof that 
they are in possession of permission from the Bank of England to 
sell gold coins dated after 1837. 


(6) Overseas Vendors. A Licence is required to import any gold coin 


dated after 1837. Intending Vendors should first submit to us a 
detailed list of all gold coins dated after 1837 which they propose 
to send for sale, in order that an Import Licence may be obtained. 





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for Overseas Collectors 
on the advantages of selling at 
GLENDINING & CO. 


Our commission for selling is only 12$% (exclusive ot illustrations) and 


no other tax is payable. 


There are NO RESTRICTIONS OR CUSTOMS DUTY on the import 


of collectors’ coins. 


Payment can be made IN ANY CURRENCY of the vendor’s choice. 
Buyers are NOT required to pay any form of auction tax. 

Our extensive subscription list ensures that Sale Catalogues reach 
IMPORTANT BUYERS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. 

Enquiries for the disposal of collections will receive IMMEDIATE 
EXPERT ADVICE, and arrangements made to view if necessary. 
Complete settlement made 21 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SALE. 
CASH ADVANCES, at our discretion, if required. 


Avis important aux collectionneurs 
étrangers concernant les avantages 
de la vente chez 
Glendining & Co. 





Notre commission ne s’éléve qu’a 
12.5% du prix de vente; aucun impdét 
ni aucune iaxe sont dis. Les frais 
d’illustration sont en supplément. 


Il n’y a ni taxe douaniére ni restric- 
tions frappant l’importation de mon- 
naies de collections en Angleterre. 


Le payement s’effectue en n’importe 
quelle monnaie au choix du vendeur 


Les acheteurs ne payent aucune taxe 
de vente. 


Le réseau étendu de nos abonnés aux 
catalogues de vente assure une djstri- 
bution touchant les acheteurs impor- 
tants du monde entier. 


Les demandes d’informations con- 
cernant la vente de collections auront 
notre attention immédiate et le cas 
échéant une expertise peut se faire. 


Le payement intégral s’effectue 21 
jours aprés la vente. 


Sur demande une avance en especes 
peut éventuellement étre accordée. 


. Unsere 


. Sammlermiinzen = sind 


Wichtige Mitteilung fiir auslandische 
Sammler. Vorteile des Verkaufes 
durch 
Glendining & Co. 





Kommission betragt nur 
124% des Verkaufspreises. Steuern 
werden nicht erhoben. Abbildung- 
skosten werden extra berechnet. 
zollfrei und 
kénnen anstandslos in England einge- 
fiihrt werden. 

Auszahlungen kénnen in jeder belie- 


bigen Wahrung nach Wunsch des 


Verkaufers gemacht werden. 


. Der Kaufer zahit keinerlei Auktions- 


steuern. 

5. Unsere weitverbreitete Kundenliste 
beitet dafiir Gewahr, dass unsere 
Verkaufskataloge alle bedeutenden 


Kaufer der Welt erreichen. 


. In Bezug auf Verkaufe von Samm- 


lungen erteilen wir unverziiglich 
fachmanischen Rat und_besichtigen 
sie gegebenenfalls nach Ubereinkunft. 


. Auszahlung des Verkaufserléses_ er- 


folgt 21 Tage nach de Auktion. 


. Ein Vorschuss auf den Verkaufserlés 


kann gegebenenfalls zu  unseren 
Bedingungen geleistet werden. 


Nore.—We shall be pleased to execute commissions to purchase Lots, free of charge, 


for Clients unable to attend the Sale personally. 


Lots will be purchased in the 


nom-de-plume of ‘‘GRAHAM"”’ and will be secured as much below limits as possible. 


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CATALOGUE of 


ENGLISH COINS 


in GOLD, SILVER and COPPER 


DAY OF SALE 


Thursday, 4th September, 1969 


commencing at 1 p.m. precisely 


GOLD COINS 


Edward III, Pre-Treaty Noble, series G (1356-61) Fine but 
obverse struck from a rusty die. 


—— Calais Noble, Post-Treaty, E and pellet in centre and pellets 
by top lis on reverse. Cracked and dented, otherwise fine. 


Henry VI, Calais Noble, Annulet issue (1422-7), flag at stern, H 
in centre of reverse. Fine but obverse double-struck. 


— — York Noble, Annulet issue, lis at stern, H in centre of 
reverse. Fine. 


—— York Noble, Annulet issue (1422-7), lis over stern, rev. 
m.m. lis, annulet stops, annulet in one spandril. Very fine, 
rare. 


Henry VII, Sovereign, Br. III, m.m. dragon both sides, King on 
high-backed very ornamental throne, greyhound and dragon 
on side pillars, large lettering both sides. Cracked and 
dented, obverse worn, but extremely rare. 


—— Angel, group V, m.m. pheon on both sides. Fine. 
Henry VIII, Third Coinage (1544-7), Bristol Crown, m.m. WS 
in monogram on reverse only, obv. reads HENRIC vil. Has 


possibly been mounted, very fine, rare. 


—— Second coinage, Crown of the Double Rose, m.m. lis both 
sides, H-K both sides. Almost very fine. 


—— Third coinage, Half-Sovereign, Southwark, m.m. S, only 
good; Charles I, Crown, m.m. cross on steps. 


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88 


110 


320 


58 


70 


62 


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Mary, Sovereign of Thirty-Shillings, 1553, Queen enthroned, port- 
cullis at her feet, pomegranate after MARIA. Very fine, rare. 


Elizabeth I, Angel, m.m. plain cross (1578-9). Plugged and 
gilded. 


James I, Laurel, m.m. thistle (1621-3), only good; another, m.m. 
trefoil (1624), almost very fine but shght trace of having 
been mounted. 


—— Laurel, m.m. rose (1620-21). Fine. 

Charles I, Tower mint, Unite, m.m. plume (1630-1). Fine. 
—— —— Unite, m.m. castle (1627-8). Fine. 

—— —— Crown, fourth bust, m.m. bell (1634-5). Fine. 


Charles II, Hammered first coinage (1660-62), Crown, m.m. 
crown. Edge irregular and portrait double-struck, otherwise 
almost very fine, rare. 


—— Touchpiece, fine, pierced as usual; James I, Unite, m.m. 
trefoil, fine but has been mounted. 


—— Two-Guineas, 1682; George I, Half-Guinea, 1718; George 
III, Half-Sovereign, 1817. All worn. 


—— Five-Guineas, 1668, elephant below bust. Hair worn, other- 
wise fine. 


—— Five-Guineas, 1670. About fine. 
—— Five-Guineas, 1683 plain. Fine. 
—— Two-Guineas, 1664, elephant below bust. Fine, toned. 


—— Two-Guineas, 1664, elephant below bust, worn and has 
been mounted; William & Mary, Guinea, 1694, only good. 


James II, Five-Guineas, 1688. Good. 


—— Two-Guineas, 1688 (over 7). Good. 


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—— Guinea, 1686, good; Anne, Guineas, 1711, plugged and 
mounted, 1714, worn. 


William & Mary, Guinea, 1694, good; Anne, Guinea, 1712, fine. 


William III, Five-Guineas, 1699 plain. Knock on edge, other- 
wise fine. 


Anne, Five-Guineas, 1714. Knocks on reverse rim, otherwise 
very fine. 


—— Guinea, 1711. Fine. 


George I, Guinea, 1715, third bust, fine but file marks on reverse 
rim, Quarter-Guinea, very fine. 


—— Quarter-Guinea, 1718; George III, Third-Guinea, 1808, 
both very fine; George IV, Sovereign, 1825, fine. 


George II, Five-Guineas, 1729 E.I.C. Fine but has been mounted. 
—— Two-Guineas, 1738. Almost very fine. 
—— Two-Guineas, 1738. Fine. 


—— Two-Guineas, 1738 (2). Both fine but with traces of having 
been mounted. 


—— Two-Guineas, 1739, young head. Fine. 

—— Two-Guineas, 1739, intermediate head. Fine. 
—— Guinea, 1760. Fine. 

—— Half-Guinea, 1758. Almost very fine, rare. 
—— Guinea, 1752. Almost extremely fine. 

—— Guinea, 1745. Fine. 


George III, Military Guinea, 1813. Hair-line scratches, extremely 
fine. 


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—— Half-Guinea, 1804 Third-Guineas, 1803, 1810, fine or better; 


Quarter-Guinea, 1762; Sovereign, 1817; Half-Sovereign, 
1818, good to fine; Byzantine, Leo I, Solidus. 


—— Guineas, 1778, 1782, 1787, the last very fine; Half-Guineas, 
1764, has been mounted and gilt, 1787, very fine. 


—— Guineas, 1787, 1789, 1793, 1798. About very fine. 
—— Military Guinea, 1813. Very fine. 


—— Guinea, 1787. Very fine. 


—— Pattern Guinea, 1781, struck in copper, bronzed, obv. simi- 
lar to the fourth bust by T. Pingo, rev. garnished shield, 
edge inscribed in Roman numerals with dates 1781 and 
1782. Extremely fine, very rare. 


AZ —— Pattern Guinea, 1798, by Kuchler, bronzed; another, 
similar, gilt. Brillant. 


Az —— Pattern Guinea, 1798, by Kuchler, gilt; another, similar, 
in silver. Extremely fine. 


7E —— Pattern Guineas, 1791, spade reverse, bronzed, gilt and 
silver. Very fine or better. 


78, —— Double-reverse striking of 1781 shield guinea; another 
double-reverse striking, dated 1779, on a thin flan. Ex- 
tremely fine, rare. 

George IV, Two-Pounds, 1823. Almost very fine. 

—— Sovereigns, 1826, 1829; Half-Sovereign, 1827. About fine. 

—— Sovereign, 1829. Very fine. 


—— Two-Pounds, 1823. Knocks on rim, almost very fine. 


William IV, Proof Two-Pounds, 1831, plain edge. Shght edge 
knocks and hair-line scratches, otherwise brilliant, rare. 


—— Sovereigns, 1831, 1837. Fine. 


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Victoria, Proof Guinea, 1871, young head, St. George reverse, 
large initials on reverse, edge plain. Very slight hair-line 
scratches, brilliant, rare. 

—— Half-Sovereigns (2), 1856, young head. Extremely fine. 


—— Jubilee Five-Pounds, 1887. Extremely fine. 


—— Jubilee Five-Pounds, 1887. Very fine. 





Jubilee Five-Pounds, 1887. Almost very fine. 


—— Jubilee Five-Pounds and Two-Pounds, 1887. Almost very 
fine but both with traces of having been mounted. 


—— Jubilee Two-Pounds, 1887; ordinary issue, 1893. Very fine. 


—— Two-Pounds, ordinary issue, 1893; Edward VII, Two- 
Pounds, 1902. Fine. 


—— Five-Pounds, 1893, ordinary issue. Very fine. 
—— Jubilee Two-Pounds, 1887. Very fine. 


—— Jubilee £5, £1 and 10/-; | 5/-, 4/-, 2/6d., 1/-, 6d., 3d., 
very fine or better; William IV, 6d., 1831. 


—— Young head Sovereigns, shield reverse, 1846, 1855, 1857, 
1860, 1863, 1864, 1865, 1896, 1871, 1872. Mostly fine. 


—— Young head Sovereigns, shield reverse, 1846, 1862, 1866, 
1869, 1870, 1871 (2), 1872 (2), 1877; Edward VII, 
Sovereign, 1904. Mostly fine. 


—— Young head Sovereigns, shield reverse, 1857, 1871. Very 
fine. 


—— Young head Half-Sovereigns, 1845, 1852, 1855, 1856, 1858, 
1859, 1873, 1878, 1883, 1885. Mostly fine, last four better. 


—— Young head Half-Sovereigns, 1861, 1863, 1865, 1867, 1870, 
1873 (2), 1878, 1883, 1884. Mostly fine. 


Edward VII, Ordinary issue, Five-Pounds and Two-Pounds, 
1902. Fine. 


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—-— Ordinary issue, Five-Pounds and Two-Pounds, 1902. Very 


fine. 
George V, Sovereign, 1916. Almost extremely fine, scarce. 
—— Sovereign, 1916. Almost extremely fine, scarce. 
—— Proof Five-Pounds, 1911. Almost extremely fine. 


George VI, Proof Five-Pounds, 1937. Brilliant but slight hair- 
line scratches. 


Sovereigns, 1890, 1902S, 1908, 1958. Fine or better. 
Sovereigns, 1917M, 1918S, 1918P, 1931P. Very fine or better. 
Sovereign, 1923M. Very fine, scarce. 


Sovereigns, 1879M, 1882S, both type II, 1889S, 1890S, 1893, 
1897 M, 1899 M, 1900, 1901S, 1901.M. Mostly very fine or 
better. 


Sovereigns, 1889S, 1906, 1907, 1909, 1909S, 1921 P, 1922P, 
1927 SA, 1928SA, 1931SA. Mostly very fine or better. 


Sovereigns, 1874M, 1876, 1878M, 1879M, 1885M, 1886M, all 
young head, St. George reverse; 18885, 1889, 1892, 1893 M, 
1894S, 1895 M, 1896S, 1901 M, 1911, 1925, 1928SA, 1958. 
Mostly fine, some better. 


Sovereigns, 1876, 1878M, 1879M, all young head, St. George 
reverse; 1901 M, 1907, 1908 M, 1910, 1911 (2), 1912S, 1913, 
1913S, 1915 P, 1925, 1928SA, 1957, 1958, 1963, Mostly 
fine, some better. 


James I, Quarter-Laurel, m.m. trefoil; Sovereigns, 1832, 1855, 
1887, 1908S; Half-Sovereigns, 1887, 1892, 1895, 1902, 
1911, 1912; Australian Sovereign of Sydney mint, 1866. 
Fine or very fine. 


Guineas, George I, 1715; George II, 1745; George III, 1775. All 
have been mounted. 


Sovereigns, 1884M type I, 1892, 1894M, 1912; Half-Sovereigns, 
1904, 1914. Mostly fine. 


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100 


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Guineas, 1777, 1798, both mounted; Sovereigns, 1914, 1915; Half- 
Sovereigns, 1878, 1887, 1912, 1913, very fine. 


Sovereigns, 1903, 1913, 1959, 1963, extremely fine; Half- 
Sovereign, 1899, fine; Quarter-Guinea, 1762, crimped. 


SPECIMEN SETS, etc. 


Edward VII, 1902 ‘short’ set, gold £1 and 10/-; AR Crown to 
Maundy Penny (Florin missing), in case of issue. Matt 
proofs but cleaned. 


—— 1902 set of Coronation coins, gold £5, £2, £1 and 10/-; 
/R Crown to Maundy Penny, in case of issue. Matt proofs 
but cleaned. 


—— Matt proof set of 1902 Coronation coins, gold £5, £2, £1 
and 10/-; AX Crown to Maundy Penny, in case of issue. 
Extremely fine. 


—— 1902 matt proof set of coins, gold £5, £2, £1 and 10/-; A 
Crown to Maundy Penny, in case of issue. Extremely fine. 


George VI, 1937 set of Coronation coins, gold £5, £2, £1 and 
10/-; AR Crown to Ai 4d., in the two cases of issue. 
Scratches in field on Five-Pounds, otherwise extremely fine. 


—— 1937 set of Coronation gold coins, £5, £2, £1 and 10/-, in 
case of issue. Brilliant, some hair-line scratches. 


—— 1987 set of Coronation coins, gold £5, £2, £1 and 10/-, 
briliant; AR Crown to AZ 4d., some tarnishing, extremely 
fine or better, in the two cases of issue. 


Congo, 1965 proof set of 100, 50, 25, 20 and 10-Francs, in case 
of issue. Brilliant. 


Bhutan, Proof set of 1966 commemorative gold coins, 5, 2 and 
1-Sertum, in case of issue. Brilliant. 


Tonga, 1962 set of 1, $ and 4-Koula, in case of issue. Practically 
mint, 


Isle of Man, 1965 proof set of £5, £1 and 10/-, in case of issue. 
Brilliant. 


—— Proof £1 and 10/-, 1965, in cases of issue. Brillant. 


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FOREIGN GOLD COINS 


Czechoslovakia, 5-Ducats, 1934 (F.5). Very fine. 


Iceland, 500-Kronur, 1961 (2), both extremely fine; Nether- 
lands, Confederation Ducat, 1767, Westfrisia, fine. 


Abbasid Caliphs, Dinar, fine; U.S.A., AR Columbian Half- 
Dollar, 1893, very fine. 


U.S.A., 10-Dollars, 18470, about fine; 5-Dollars, 1881, 1908, 
1911; 2$-Dollars, 1909, very fine. 


—— Dollars, 1851, good, 1852, 1853 (2), 1855, all have possibly 
been mounted; California, octagonal Dollar, 1876, 1-Dollar, 
1859, and round }-Dollar, 1881, very fine; 24-Dollars, 1862; 
England, Half-Sovereign, 1884, both mounted. 


—— Dollar, 1853, fine; 2}-Dollars, 1911, very fine; Manitoba 
gold, unofficial Dollar, 1898, plain edge, brilliant. 


Byzantine, Heraclius with MHeraclius Constantine, Solidus; 
another, with Heracleonas, almost very fine; India, octa- 
gonal 4-Mohur, has been mounted; Egypt, 5-Piastres, 
AH 1277. 


SILVER & COPPER COINS, ete. 


AR Ireland, Edward I to III, Penny of Waterford; Penny, Half- 
penny and Farthing of Dublin. Al! fine or better, the last 
double-struck on obverse. 





ARR -—— Waterford Pennies (3); Dublin Pennies (5), Half- 
penny and Farthing. Some fine. 

-R —— Edward IV, Groats, sixth issue, Waterford (1), Dublin 
(1), Trim (1), all with G on bust; Limerick (1), L on bust. 
All fine and scarce. 

R —— —— Groats, sixth issue, Trim (cracked), Dublin (2, one 
cracked), Limerick (3). Fine. 

AR —— —— Groats, sixth issue, Trim (1), pellet on breast; 


Waterford (1) and Dublin (1), with G on breast; Limerick 
(1), L on breast; Henry VI, restored, Dublin Groat of 
similar type but crude style. All fine or better, the last 
rare. 


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AR William I, Penny, paxs type, Winchester, Aestan; Henry II 
to Edward III, Pennies, York (1), Canterbury (2), London 
(11); Halfpennies (2). Fine some better. 


AR William & Mary, Shillings, 1693 (3), two very fine; Sixpence, 
1694, very fine, rare. 


/R William III, Proof Shilling, 1698, edge plain (ESC 1113). 
Striking flaw on reverse, extremely fine, toned and extremely 
rare. 

AR Sixpence, 1696, first bust, early harp, struck on a thick 

flan. Fine and extremely rare. 





/R Anne, Crown, 1703 vico. Practically mint state, richly toned. 
AR —— Shillings, 1704 plain (ESC 1132). Very fine, very rare. 


AR —— Shillings, 1703 vico, 1704 plumes (ESC 1131, 11383). 
Very fine, latter rare. 


AR —— Shillings, 1703 vico; 1707E, second bust; 1707 E%, 
second bust; 1707E, third bust (ESC 1131, 1138, 1140, 
1143). Fine or better. 





FR Shillings, 1708 EX, second bust; 1708 E, third bust, the 
bar of H in 1B hardly discernible, rare; 1710, third bust; 
1711, fourth bust (ESC 1145, 1150, 1155, 1158). Fine, the 
last very fine. 

-R —— Shillings, 1709E*, very fine, rare; 1709E (star re- 


moved?), fine; 1709, third bust, plain, almost extremely 


fine. 


AR —— Shillings, 1710, third bust (ESC 1155), fie; 1710, fourth 
bust (ESC 1156), very fine, rare. 





-R Shilling, 1711, third bust (ESC 1157). Very fine, very 
rare. 
AR —— Shillings, 1711 fourth bust, 1712, 1713, 1714 (ESC 1158, 


1159, 1160, 1161). About extremely fine. 


/R George II, Sixpences, 1728, 1731, 1732, 1739, 1741 (ESC 
1606, 1607, 1608, 1612, 1613). Very fine or better. 


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AR —— Sixpences, 1734, 1735, 1736 (ESC 1609, 1610, 1611). 
All about extremely fine, rare. 


R Edward VI, Crown, 1553 (over 2), m.m. tun (A-14). About 
fine, rare. 


AR Charles I, Tower Halfcrown, m.m. castle, plume over shield 


on reverse (H.1b). Very good, very rare; ex Ryan (1087) 
Collection. 


‘AR Edward the Confessor, Penny, Helmet type, York, Iola; 
Edward IV, London Groat, m.m. rose, quatrefoils at neck, 
eye after TAs, edge irregular, both almost extremely fine; 
“E Northumbria, Eanred, Sceats (2), very fine. 


AR Sixpences, Elizabeth I, 1594, m.m. woolpack; Charles I, 
Briot, m.m. anchor, both almost very fine; miscellaneous 
hammered AX (19), Scottish (3); milled sixpences (3), some 
fine; AR Crown, 1743, initials scratched on obverse; AZ com- 
memorative medal in case. 


/R English hammered silver coins (34). Many fine. 


AR William I, paxs type Penny, Salisbury, Godwine, fine but 
weak in parts; miscellaneous hammered silver coins (16), a 
few fine. 


AR Pennies, Aethelred II, last small cross, Winchester, Ord- 
bright, cracked; Cnut, Helmet type, London, Godman; 
Edward the Confessor, Hammer Cross, Hastings, Duninc; 
William I, paxs, Winchester, Godwine; A® Northumbria, 
Aethelred II, Sceats (3). Fine or better. 


AR Groats, Edward IV (2); Henry VI, Annulet issue, Calais, all 
good to fine; Henry VI, pinecone-mascle, Calais; Henry VII, 
IVb; Henry VIII, second coinage, York, last three very 
fine. 


AR Philip & Mary, Shilling 1554, Sixpence 1557, both poor; 
Elizabeth I, Shilling and Sixpence, fine or better; other 
hammered silver coins (20); miniature Royalist badge. 


AR Edward VI, Crown, 1551, m.m. y (A-17). A very fine coin, 
struck on a large full flan. 


7R —— Halfcrown, 1552, m.m. tun; James I, third coinage, 
Halfcrown, m.m. trefoil. Good to fine. 


29 


34 


i) 
or 


159 


160 


161 


162 


13 
AR Elizabeth I, Crown, m.m. 1 (1601), sceptre points to I of 
REGINA. Very fine. 
AR —— Halfcrown, m.m. 1 (1601). Almost very fine. 


/R Charles I, Tower mint, Crown, m.m. bell (obverse over port- 
cullis) (1634-5), H.3a, reading BRI. FRA. Portrait weak, 
otherwise almost extremely fine. 








AR Tower Halfcrown, m.m. harp, punch mark in obverse 
field, almost very fine; Briot’s Halfcrown and Shilling, m.m. 
anchor and B, the first about very fine. 

AR Oxford mint, Halfcrown, 1643, fine; York mint, Half- 
crowns, type 5, almost extremely fine, type 7, fine. 

AR —— Truro mint, Crown, m.m. rose; Newark, Ninepence, 


1645, reading NEWARKE, both worn; Commonwealth, Half- 
crown, 1656, very fine; Shilling, 1654, good; milled 
Shillings, 1693, 1723SSC, both very fine. 

AR Commonwealth, Crown, 1656 (small 6 over 4). Fine. 


/R Cromwell, Crown, 1658, by Simon, showing the die flaw. 


Very fine. 
/R —— Halfcrown, 1658. Very fine. 
AR —— Shilling, 1658. Extremely fine. 


AR Charles IJ, Hammered third coinage, Halfcrown, m.m. crown, 
with inner circles and mark of value. Weak in parts, other- 
wise almost extremely fine. 


AR —— Crown, 1673, about fine; James II, Crown, 1687, very 
fine. 


/R Anne, Crown, 1703 vico. Very fine. 
AR —— Crown, 1707 sExTo, before Union. Very fine. 
/R George I, Crown, 1723SSC. Very fine. 


/R George II, Crowns, 1739, edge knock, almost very fine, 1746 
LIMA, spotted metal, nearly extremely fine. 


200 


78 


185 


75 


70 


90 


80 


185 


98 


115 


125 


48 


72 
80 
88 
130 


0 


0) 


~J 
ur 


210 


a | 
ur 


62 


40 


40 


60 


28 


110 


42 


30 


60 


0 


Lor 


168 


169 


176 
177 
178 


179 


180 


181 


182 


183 


184 


14 


AR George II, Northumberland Shilling, 1763, very fine; Mexico 
Dollars with oval countermarks, 1794, fine, 1795, very fine: 
Bank Dollar, 1804, good. 


€R Victoria, Proof Crown, 1839, edge plain. Slight knocks on 
obverse, otherwise about extremely fine. 


AR —— Gothic Crown, 1847, inscribed edge. Very fine. 
AR —— Gothic Crown, 1847, inscribed edge. Fine. 


AR Crowns, Victoria, 1887, 1889, both almost extremely fine; 
Edward VII, 1902 (2), fine. 


AR George V, Proof Crown, 1927. Extremely fine. 


AR Victoria, 5/-, 2/6d., 2/- and 1/-, 1887; Double-Florin, 1889, 
all extremely fine; Edward VII, Florin, 1902, very fine. 


AR George IV, Crown, 1821 sEcunDo. Very fine. 
/R Edward VII, Crowns, 1902 (2). Both almost extremely fine. 
AR George III, Crown, 1819LIX. Almost extremely fine, toned. 
AR Anne, Crown, 1706. Spotted metal, very fine. 


/R Commonwealth, Sixpence, 1657 (over 6) (ESC 1498). 
Cracked, good and extremely rare. 


AR William III, Crowns, 1695 septimo, spotted metal, cleaned, 
about very fine; 1696, third bust, first harp, fine. 


AR Victoria, Halfcrown, 1844, struck on a widespread flan and 
with plain edge. Very fine, very rare. 


Halfcrowns, 1844, 1845, 1878, 1883, 1884, 1886, 1887, 
all young head. Very fine or better. 


/R 





7R —-- Crowns, 1845 (2), 1847. Fine or better. 


/R Halfcrowns, 1829, 1842, 1844, 1846, 1874, 1878, 1881, 1883. 
Mostly fine. 


lo 


189 


190 


191 


192 


196 


197 


198 


199 


~ 


15 


AR Halfcrowns, 1689, reading FRA (ESC 507s), fine and rare; 
1732, good; 1820, 1849, 1874, 1880, fine and very fine. 


JR Crowns, 1666, only good, 1677, 1687, 1819, 1933; Bank 
Dollar, 1804, mostly fine; Russia, Rouble, 1846, very fine. 


AR Charles II, Shilling, 1680 (ESC 1058). Very fine and ex- 
tremely rare. 


/R Halfcrowns, 1817 large head, 1820, 1823 second reverse 
(knock on rim), 1825; Florin, 1849; Shillings, 1816, 1821, 
1825 lion reverse, 1826; Bank 1/6d., 1816. About extremely 
fine. 


/R George III, Northumberland Shilling, 1763. Extremely fine, 
nicely toned, 


/R Charles II, Hammered third issue Groat, weak in parts but 
extremely fine; miscellaneous Maundy coins, Britannia 


Groats, Threepences, etc. (22), mostly very fine or better; 
Ai Penny, 1844, about extremely fine; other AE (8). 


/R Edward VII, Matt proof Crown, 1902. Practically mint. 


/R George V, Proof Crown, 1927. Polishing marks on obverse, 
extremely fine. 


-R —— Proof Crown, 1935, raised inscription on edge. Brilliant, 
toned. 


AR Elizabeth II, Proof Crown, 1960. Brilliant, very rare. 


AR Victoria, Crowns, 1887, extremely fine, 1897 LXI, good very 
fine. 


AR Edward VII, Matt proof Crown, 1902. Extremely fine. 

AR George V, Crown, 1933. Almost extremely fine. 

/R Crowns, 1677, 1671 TERTIO (both worn), 1672, 1696 (both 
fine), 1707E (worn), 1820, 1822, 1902, 1935, 1937, 1951, 
in box. Fine or better, the last brilliant. 


AR Halfcrowns, 1676, 1689, 1691, 1701, 1712, 1741, 1746 Lia, 
1816, 1818; Gunmoney Halfcrown, 1690. Mostly fine. 


6 


7 


10 


32 


11 


10 


58 


52 


200 


135 


70 


48 


46 


30 


80 


60 


30 


38 


40 


55 


55 


48 


48 


200 


230 


60 


30 


42 


68 


98 


~I 
ul 


Lot 


200 


206 


207 


208 


209 


210 


211 


213 


214 


16 


AR Victoria, 1887 Crown to Threepence, in unofficial case;, 


Crowns, 1847, 1897 LX; Halfcrown, 1893, mostly very fine; 


Maundy set, 1898 (in 1895 case), extremely fine. 


AR —— Crowns, 1887, 1888; Double-Florins, 1887 (2); Florin, 
1889. About extremely fine. 


AR Edward VII, Matt proof 2/6d. and 2/'-, 1902; George VI, 
proof Crown, 1937. Latter brilliant but tarnished, 


AR George V, Proof Crown and Halfcrown, 1927. Brilliant. 


/R Crowns, proof 1927, almost extremely fine; 1937, very fine; 
1960 N.Y. (2), in cases, brilliant; 1953 currency sets (2), in 
plastic. 


fR George V, Pattern Octorino (Eightpence), 1913, by Huth, in 
silver (ESC 1481). Brilliant, toned, rare. 


AR —— Proof Crown, 1935, with error edge reading DECVS ANNO 
REGNI (ESC 380). Brilliant, toned, very rare. 


George VI sets, 1937 to 1952, in album (144); Elizabeth II sets, 
1953 to 1967, in album by denominations, Crowns to 
Farthings (117). Mostly extremely fine. 


AR Victoria, Jubilee Crown to Threepence, 1887. Extremely fine, 
dark tone. 


/R —— Crown, 1887; Maundy sets, 1898, 1899, very fine or 
better; Britannia Groats, etc. (8); 1902 AR Coronation 
medals, small size (2). 


-R —— Proof Crown, 1887. Brilliant, toned. 


AR —— Crowns, 1889, 1891, both almost extremely fine; Florins, 
1887, matt proof 1902, both extremely fine, the first toned. 


/R Proof Florins, Victoria to George VI, 1893, 1902, 1911, 1937, 
1950, 1951. Mostly brilliant, some toned. 


A Victoria, Proof Halfcrown, 1839, as issued in the sets (ESC 
670). Extremely fine, scarce. 


JR George V, Crowns, 1929, 1936. Almost very fine. 


14 


22 


261 


19 


222 


223 


224 


225 


226 


17 


AR Charles I, Ormonde, Halfcrown, fine; miscellaneous ham- 
mered coins, mostly English (28), some fine. 


AR Crowns, 1672, 1695 sEpTIMO, 1696 third bust octavo. Fine 
or better. 


AR George III, Crowns, 1818 LVIII, very fine; 1819 LIX, almost 
extremely fine. 


AR George V, Crowns, 1930, almost extremely fine, 1933, fine. 


AR Crowns, 1673 QuINTO, 1696, 1820, 1821, 1822, 1844, 1845, 
1847, 1888, 1889 (2), 1890 (2), 1892, 1893, 1896 (2)), 1898, 
1900. Mostly good to fine. 


AR Crowns, 1887 (2), 1902, 1935 (3), 1937 (2), 1951, 1953 (2), 
1960 (2), 1965 (2). Very fine or better. 


AR Halfcrowns, 1677, 1688, 1689 (4), 1693, 1697, 1707 r. and p., 
1707 E, 1708E, 1709 plain, 1710, 1731, 1745 Lima, 1746 
LIMA, 1817 (2), 1818 (2), 1835; Bank 3/-, 1812; Shillings 
(11), Sixpences (10), Maundy monies, etc. (16): Pattern 
Farthing in silver, 1665. Several only good, but some 
very fine. 


AR Victoria to Elizabeth II, 4/- (2), 2/6d. (44), 2/- (26), 
Shillings and smaller (60), many duplicates. Mostly very 
fine. 


George V to Elizabeth II, Crowns, 1935, 1937, 1953, 1960, 1965 
(2); Halfcrowns (45), Florins (18), Shillings (20), Sixpences 
(34). Many very fine. 


fR Miscellaneous English hammered silver coins (64). Many fine. 


AR Crowns, 1845 (2), 1887, 1890, 1895, 1896; 4/- (3), 2/6d. (29). 
Florins (38), smaller English milled (119). A few fine. 


AR Bank Dollar, 1804, very fine; 3/-, 1811; Double-Florin, 1887; 
Maundy set, 1858, all extremely fine; Mexico Dollar, 1798, 
with oval countermark; Florin, 1903, very fine. 


English AR (29), 4% (71); foreign and other AR (17), AE (15). 
Several fine. 


24 


60 


132 


123 


64 


195 


132 


105 


42 


62 


56 


56 


52 


200 


115 


30 


180 


95 


65 


110 


0 


W’' drawn 


58 


56 


10 


36 


0 


233 


234 


240 


241 


AR Crowns, Elizabeth I, m.m. 1 (worn and pierced), 1935 (2), 
both very fine; other English AR (29); Colonial, etc. AR (11), 
a few fine. 


Elizabeth II, Shillings, 1953 to 1966, set of English and a set of 
Scottish in plastic holders; 1953 ordinary issue 2/6d. to 4d., 
in plastic; ordinary issue 5/- to 4d., in unofficial case, very 
fine and extremely fine; William IV, Sixpence, 1836, fine 
and rare. 


Pennies, mostly Edward I to III (50); other AR of Scotland, 
Ireland, etc. (9), contained in small rosewood box fitted 
three trays pierced for coins. Mostly fine. 


AR Crowns, 1935, 1937, 1951, 1953, 1960 p.d., 1960 (2); George 
III to Victoria, 2/6d. (3), 2/- (3), 1/- (11), smaller (5). 
Many very fine. 


Halfcrowns (33), Florins (13), 1/- (23), 6d. (7), mostly George V 
and George VI; miscellaneous AR Threepences (115); A# 1d. 
(27), 3d. (19), 4d. (31), many very fine; set of Edward VIII 
Colonial coinage (13), mostly extremely fine. 


As Threepences, 1964 (200); A= Pennies, 1964 (200). Extremely 
fine. 


ZE Eighteenth Century Tokens (64) on cards. Mostly fine. 
/R George V, Crowns, 1929, 1930, 1931. Very fine. 


AR Crowns, 1821, 1902; Bank Dollar, 1804, fine or better; 
Double-Florins, 1888, 1890, almost extremely fine; Half- 
crown, 1905, worn but rare. 


AR Elizabeth II, Crowns, 1953, 1960 (2); Proof Halfcrown to 
Sixpence, 1953; Halfcrowns, Florins, English Shilling, 
Scottish Shillings, and Sixpences, one of each date 1953 to 
1962. Extremely fine, the proofs brilliant. 


/R Maundy sets in unofficial cases, 1818, very fine, 1897, 1902, 
extremely fine. 


AR Maundy sets, 1839, 1890, 1895, 1902, 1903 (2), 1905, 1906 
(2), 1916. Extremely fine. 


JR Maundy sets, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1966, in cases. Brilliant. 


43 


48 


59 


29 


281 


409 


64 


58 


12 


40) 
16 


Lor 


245 


246 


247 


248 


249 


250 


252 


253 


254 


256 


257 


258 


19 


/R Maundy sets, 1896, 1897, 1899, 1903, three in cases; A’ 
Switzerland, 20-Francs, 1894; France, 20-Francs, 1911, 
Peru, 1/5th-Libra, 1911; commemorative medals in cases, 
Jubilee 1887 Az, 1935 AR; Coronation 1937 AR. Very fine 


or better. 22 
Maundy sets (2), 1966, 1967, in cases of issue. Mind state. 8 
Maundy set, 1968, in case of issue. Mint state. 4 
Maundy set, 1969, in case of issue. Mint state. 4 


AR Victoria, Maundy sets, 1958, 1959, 1961; Maundy Pennies 
(81). Practically mint. 93 


AR English milled (22); Canada, Dollars (2), smaller (5); U.S.A., 
Dollars (4), smaller (4); AZ, mostly English (71); Ancient 
AR (2), AS (7), many fine; 7X Halfpennies, 1967 (2,400), 


practically mint. 2,517 
George VI, Sixpences, 1946 (100). Practically mint. 100 
—— Asimilar lot. Practically mint. 100 


English hammered silver coins (17); miscellaneous ancient coins, 
mostly Roman Az (37), including Epirote Republic Half- 
Stater in brooch mount. A few fine. 54 


Victoria, AR Britannia Groats, 1849 (2); Ai Pennies, 1860 TB, 
1890, 1901; Halfpennies, 1851 (2), 1860RB, 1901; 
Farthings, 1847, 1860 RB, 1896. About extremely fine. 12 


4 Pennies, 1901, 1903, 1908, 1911, 1916 (3), 1917; Halfpennies, 
Wood’s 1723 (3); 1851 (2), 1901, 1911 (2), 1916, 1937; 
Farthings, 1773, 1827, 1834, 1847. Very fine and better. ra 


7E Pennies, 1844 (2), 1860 TB, 1873; Halfpennies, 1853, 1858 
(over 7), 1887; Farthing, 1873; fractions (3). Very fine and 
better. 1] 


& George III, gilt proof Halfpenny, 1799, about extremely fine 
but knocks on edge; AR Portugal, 400-Reis, 1698, P in 
angles of cross, fine. 


bho 


ZE Proof Pennies, George IV, 1826; William IV, 1831 (P. 1423, 
1457). Brilliant, the second with corrosion spots. 2 


54 


40 


on 
to 


160 


40 


38 


65 


40 


40 


0) 


42 


105 


80 


100 


36 


65 


20 


80 


36 


32 


36 


20 


44 


261 


262 


263 


264 


265 


266 


267 


268 


269 


270 


271 


272 


20 


© Victoria, Proof Penny, 1853 (P. 1502). Brilliant. 





ZE Pennies, 1848 (over 6), almost extremely fine, some cor- 
rosvon spots, ex Peck Collection; 1849, edge knock, almost 
very fine; 1859, extremely fine. 

A —— Proof Penny, 1859. Brilliant, dark tone; ex Peck Col- 
lection. 

7E —— Pattern bronze Penny, 1860, from dies of current coin 


(P. 2057). Brilliant, extremely rare. 


7 Proof Halfpennies, 1717, 1770 (P. 773, 895). Extremely fine, 
rare. 


7E William IV, Proof Halfpenny, 1831 (P. 1463). Extremely 
fine. 


8 Victoria, Proof Halfpennies, 1867 bronzed, 1868 copper nickel 
(P. 1789, 1794). Brilliant. 


7E George III, Pattern Penny, 1797, bronzed, on a thin flan 
(P. 1096). Extremely fine, scarce. 





ZEB Gilt proof Twopence and Penny, 1797 (P. 1067, 1114). 
Extremely fine, rare. 

7E —— Bronzed proof Penny, 1797 (P.1109). Extremely fine, 
rare. 

7 —— Bronzed proof Penny and Halfpenny, 1806. Extremely 
fine, scarce. 

7E —— Gilt proof Penny and Farthing, 1806. Extremely fine, 
scarce. 

JE —— Penny, 1797, very fine; bronzed proof Penny, 1806, 
extremely fine; trial striking of edge reading of a Middlesex 
token, on a blank flan, ‘‘Payable by Robert Orchard’, fine, 
extremely rare. 

7E —— Bank of England Dollar, 1804, proof struck in copper 


on a thin flan. Some corrosion spots, extremely fine, scarce. 


to 


274 


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a 


276 


277 


281 


282 


283 


284 


bo 
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a 


21 


4® Victoria, Smith’s Decimal Currency, Pattern 10-Cents, 1846, 
by Marrian & Gausby, in copper (P. 2078). Extremely fine, 





rare. ] 

AR —— Pattern Penny, 1860, by Moore, restrike struck in silver 
(P. 2103). Extremely fine, very rare. ] 

7E —— Pattern Penny, 1860, by Moore, restrike in copper 
(P. 2132). Extremely fine, rare. 

i) —— Bronze Penny, 1883, and Farthing, 1860, very fine; 
George VI, Pennies, 1951 (3, one a proof), proof 1937, 
extremely fine. 6 

fE Bronze Pennies, 1863 (5); Halfpennies, 1862 (4). Mostly 
about mint state. 

8 George VI, Pennies, 1951 (6). Practically mint state. 6 

7E —— Pennies, 1951 (6). Practically mint state. 6 


AX English regal copper and bronze coins (240), including many 
duplicate Pennies 1912H. Many fine, some better. 240 


/E Pennies, 1896 (2), 1899 (2), 1900 (2), 1908 (2), all with minor 
varieties at date (see Numismatic Circular 1967, page 66). 
Mostly about mint state, some tarnishing. 


AS Twopence, 1797; Pennies, 1844, 1848, 1853, 1854, 1855, 1857, 
1858, 1859, 1911, 1912 H; A® Threepences, 1937 (2). Mostly 
extremely fine. 13 


/E Pennies, 1967 (1,550); Halfpennies, 1967 (8,667). Practically 
mint, 10,217 


Elizabeth II, 2/-, 1966 (14); 1/-, 1965 (2); 6d., 1959 (160); AE 
Pennies, 1964 (29), 1965 (78), 1967 (345); Halfpennies, 1964 
(54), 1965 (27), 1966 (297), 1967 (36). Mostly practically 
mint. 1,060 


Threepences, AR (101), nickel-brass (215); Al Pennies, 1967 
(1,425); Halfpennies, 1967 (3,348); Decimal sets (3). Many 
extremely fine or better. 5,104 


70 


36 


54 


105 


85 


85 


38 


40 


60 


23 


16 


21 


() 


44 


88 


90 


Lor 


286 


287 


288 


289 


290 


291 


292 


293 


294 


295 


296 


297 


298 


299 


22 


AR William IV, Halfcrown, Shilling and 4d., 1836; 6d. and 14d., 
1835; 3d., 1834, in unofficial case. Last two good, others 
about extremely fine. 6 


AR English hammered silver coins (72), mostly of Elizabeth I and 
Charles I. 72 


& Farthings, 1665 to 1858, in envelopes (172), a few fine or 
better; miscellaneous Farthings (871), mostly poor. 1,043 


ZE Farthings, Edward VII (125), 1911 (26), 1913 (29), later 
issues (76); Half-Farthings (33), Third-Farthings (30). Some 
very fine. 319 


AS Pennies, 1806 to 1855 (22), 1862 to 1937 (16); Halfpennies, 
1694 to 1855 (101), 1860 to 1958 (20). Some fine. 159 


AR Crowns, 1818 LIX, very fine; 1819LIX, poor; 1930, 1937, 
both very fine, the first with knock on nm; Double-Florin, 


1887, very fine. 5 
AR Crowns, 1935 (8), 1951 (6), 1953 (12). Mosily extremely fine, 
some better. 
AR Edward VII, Halfcrown, 1905. About very fine, rare. 1 
AR Halfcrown, 1906; 2/-, 1916; 1/- (19), 6d. (10), 3d. (3). Some 
extremely fine. 34 
JR 2/6d. (6), 2/- (11), 1/- (242), 6d. (56), all before 1920. A 
few fine. 315 


AR 2/6d. (17), 2/- (27), 1/- (44), 6d. (55), Britannia Groats (45), 
3d. (12, mostly AR), miscellaneous Maundy (19). Mostly 


worn, a few very fine. 219 
7E Pennies (23), 4d. (41), #d. (2); Victoria, bronze 1d. and 3d. 
brockages. Several very fine, some better. 68 


English 5/- (2), 2/6d. (2), 1/- (10), 6d. (3), A 3d. (28), 1d. (28), 
4d. (7); AE 3d., 1950 (124), many very fine or better; Vic- 
toria, young head Farthing, 1895, very fine; other Farthings 
(18), Half-Farthings (7). 230 


ZE Farthings (about 4,000), George V to Elizabeth II. Many 
very fine. 4,000 


Lor 
300 
301 


302 


303 


304 


306 


307 
308 


309 
310 


311 


312 


313 


23 


AX Victoria, bronze Farthings, young head (1,340). Many fine. 1,340 
7E —— Bronze Farthings, old head (541). Many fine. 541 


AE Farthings, 1880 (12), 1887 (57), 1891 (22), 1893 (37), 
1895 OH (1), 1897 (5), 1898 (7), 1900 (61), 1901 (33), 1904 | 
(4), 1909 (4), 1911 (24), 1912 (8). Several very fine. 275 


ZE Farthing sets, 1902-36 complete (28 sets), in Whitman folders. 
Mostly fine or better. 1,036 


7E Farthings, incomplete sets in Whitman folders, 1902-36 but 
lacking 1910 (9 sets); lacking 1905, 1910 (7 sets); lacking 
1904, 1905, 1910 (5 sets); lacking 1903, 1905, 1910 (7 sets); 
lacking 1903, 1904, 1905, 1910 (4 sets). Mostly fine or 
better. 1,077 


ZE Farthings, complete sets in Whitman folders, 1902-36 but 
lacking 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1910 (67 sets). Many fine 


some better. 2,010 
Ai Farthings, complete sets 1937 to 1956, in Whitman folders (84 
sets). Mostly very fine or better. 2,016 
A similar lot. 2,016 
A similar lot. 2,016 
A similar lot. 2,016 
George V, 1927 proof set of silver coins, Crown to Threepence, in 
card case of issue. Extremely fine, toned. 6 
JR —— 1927 set, AR Crown to 3d., in case of issue. Extremely 
fine but dirty. 6 


Elizabeth II, 1953 proof set, in case of issue, Crown to 4d.; 
ordinary issue set, similar, in hard plastic; ordinary issue, 
2/6d. to 4d., in plastic; Jersey, 1964, 3d. (2), Id. (2), in 
case. Extremely fine or brilliant. 33 


—— Double sets in cardboard holders, 2/6d. to 3d., 1966 (3), 
1967 (8); part sets, 1966 (1), 1967 (1); Halfpennies, 1967 
(60); miscellaneous Coronation medals in cases, A (3). 
AG (2), extremely fine; George V and VI, 2/6d. (27), 2/- 
(15), 1/- (3), 6d. (3). 330 


80 


75 


80 


80 


80 


85 


85 
105 


105 


40 


14 


0 


12 


11 


32 


38 


40 


38 


0 


0) 


Lot 


314 


315 


316 


317 


318 


319 


320 


321 


322 


323 


326 


24 


—— 1953 proof set in case, brilliant; Crowns, 1951 in box, 1953 
in case, extremely fine. 12 


George VI, 1937 specimen set of coins, Crown to }d., in case of 
issue. Extremely fine or better. 15 


Elizabeth II, 1953 Coronation set, in case of issue, brilliant but 
tarnished, type sets in plastic, 1964 (2), 1965 (2, one set 
includes Sovereign), 1967, extremely fine. 51 


—— 1953 Coronation set, in case, Crown to fd. Brilliant, slight 
tarnishing. 10 


Bhutan, cupro-nickel proof set of 1966 coins, 3, 1, 4 and 4-Rupee; 
3-Rupees, 1966, proof in silver, in cases of issue. Brilliant. 5 


Jordan, 1965 proof set, 100-Fils to 1-Fil; South Africa, 1965 
proof set, 1-Rand to 1-Cent; Eire, proof Ten-Shillings. 
1966, in cases of issue. Brilliant. 14 


Sets in cases: Sierra Leone, 1964; Luady Island, 1965; Bahamas, 
1966; Malawi, 1964; Jersey, 1964, 1966. Mostly brilliant. 31 


—— Jersey, 1957, 1964, 1966; Gambia, 1966; Malawi, 1966; 
Trinidad, 1966; South Arabia, 1964; Tanzania, i966. 
Brilliant. 35 


Proof Crown-size in cases of issue: Bermuda, 1964; Gibraltar, 
1967; Jamaica, 1966 (2); Malawi, 1966; Zambia, 1965: 
Bhutan, 3-Rupees, 1966; Eire, Ten-Shillings, 1966; AR 
commemorative medals, Shakespeare, Churchill. Mostly 
brilliant. 10 


Mint sets, some of mixed dates: Angola (28 sets, each of 4 coins): 
Bulgaria (67 sets, 8 coins); Ceylon (43 sets, 6 coins). Mostly 
extremely fine or better. 906 


—— Costa Rica (66 sets, each of 6 coins); Cyprus (48 sets, 5 
coins). Extremely fine or better. 636 


—— Czechoslovakia (79 sets, each of 6 coins); Finland (49 sets, 
5 coins); France (68 sets, 5 coins). Extremely fine or 
better. 1,059 


Czechoslovakia (74 sets, each of 7 coins); India (59 sets, 
7 coins); Jamaica (19 sets of 1d. and 4d.). Extremely fine 
or better, 969 





Lor 


327 


328 


329 
330 


331 


332 


333 


337 


338 


25 
—— Lebanon (77 sets, each of 6 coins); Ghana (66 sets, 6 coins). 
Extremely fine or better. 


—— Nicaragua (68 sets, each of 4 coins); Nigeria (24 sets, 6 
coins); Turkey (58 sets, 5 coins), extremely fine or better, 


858 


Austria, 2-Groschen, 1962 (6,000), practically munt. 6,706 


British West Africa, 1/10th-Penny, 1933 (300). Practically mint. 
Eire, Halfcrowns, 1943 (4). About fine, rare. 


Ireland, AZ Gunmoney (4); other 45 (23); Australian coins, mostly 
4 (37), some fine; coins of Jersey (3), Guernsey (7, includ- 
ing proof 4-Doubles, 1830); Isle of Man (22), some very fine 
or better. 


British Guiana, William IV, 1836 set with name of British Guiana, 
1, 4, $ and }-Guilder, all practically mint; with name of 
Essequebo, etc., 1 and 4-Guilder, 1835; 4-Guilder, 1835, 
and 4-Guilder, 1832, last two poor; AE Stiver, 1838 (P. 60), 
fine; proof 4-Guilder, 1836 (P. 18a), brilliant. 


Hong Kong, proof 20-Cents, 1873; Ceylon, proof Cent, 1900, 
struck in silver, both extremely fine; 7E Stiver, mule 1802 
reverse with Madras 20-Cash 1808 obverse, fine; India, 
Bengal Presidency, proof 4-Anna, 1835, struck in silver 
(A-80), extremely fine. 


Miscellaneous coins, etc., foreign AR (18), AS, etc. (8); Ancient 
AR (2), AE (52). Several fine. 


AR Isle of Man, Proof Penny, 1733, struck in silver. Extremely 
fine, scarce, 


Ai St. Helena, Proof Halfpenny, 1821; Canada, Cents, 1910, 
1911, 1912, 1917, 1923; Australia, 1d., 1951; Newfound- 
land Cent, 1888; U.S.A., 2-Cents, 1864 (2); AR Hanover, 
2-Thalers, 1855; Sardinia, 5-Lire, 1848; China, Dollar. 
Except the last, very fine or better. 


South Africa, Crowns, 1947, 1948, 1949, proof 1953; Kruger, 
2/6d., 2/-, 1/-, 1897; AE 1d., 1894. Very fine and better. 


7 Russia, Pattern 5 and 3-Kopeck, 1924, struck in copper with 
plain edges. Brilliant, very rare. 


300 


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96 


10 


80 


62 


60 


52 


140 


75 


95 


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339 


340 


341 


342 


344 


345 


346 


347 


348 


349 


350 


26 


Coins of the world, AR (64), AB, Ni, etc. (155); Ceylon, Az (117); 
commemorative medals in A® (1), white metal (13). Many 


fine. 


AR Anne, Counters, Union of England and Scotland, 1707 (24): 
Sicily, 1756, miniature medalets (38), other minor AR (7), 
in two pewter cylinders. Mostly very fine and better. 


4® Tokens, mostly 18th Century Halfpennies (15). Fine to ex- 
tremely fine. 


ZE Coins of the world, tokens, etc., in A) (682), many in en- 
velopes identified. Some fine. 


AR Crowns, 1695, 1819 (2), 1822; Mexico Dollar, 1792, with oval 
countermark; AR 2/6d. (2), 2/- (1), 1/- (21), 6d. (11), 3d. 
(14); AS 2d. (2), 1d. (7), jd. (6), 4d. (98), @ few fine; 
Guernsey, 1-Double, 1889 (60), extremely fine; other miscel- 
laneous coins, medals, etc. (65). 


/R Crown, 1662, and Halfcrown, 1750, both engraved on re- 
verse; AX Threepences (53), other minor British A (11), 
mostly fine, some better; George VI and Elizabeth II, 
AR and AS (113), including a good variety of dates, many 
extremely fine and better. 


ZE Victoria, young head Pennies (13), including 1869 (engraved 
on obverse), 1871, 1879; model coins and miniatures (60); 
other English AS, etc. (47). Many fine, some better. 


Coins of the world, several in silver (205). 


Miscellaneous copper and bronze coins, mostly English, also a few 
tokens and medals (112). Several very fine. 


English regal AZ, also a few tokens (100). Mostly fine, a few very 
fine. 


Canada, 1967 set; Australia, 1966 Decimal set in plastic; Coloniai 
and foreign coins, AR (20), Ad (59); Ancient, AR (1), AE (7); 
commemorative medals, AR (4), A® and white metal (10): 
book, ‘‘Kent’s British Metallic Coins’’. Many very fine, 
some better. 


Coins of the world, AR dollar size (20), smaller (4); AS and Ni, 
etc., mostly British Colonial (331); gilt metal medals of 
Great Musicians (23); contained in eight plain trays forming 
two boxes. 


350 


69 


15 


682 


179 


116 
205 


112 


100 


114 


378 


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351 


352 


353 


354 


355 


356 


357 


358 


359 


360 


361 


362 


363 


27 


Copy of Elizabeth I, Naval Reward 1588 (M.I. 148/119); other 
miscellaneous medals, AX (9), A® (2); George III, Penny, 
1806. Very fine or better. 


Miscellaneous commemorative and prize medals, etc., mostly in 
bronze (47). Many extremely fine. 


ZE Kings and Queens of England, by Dassier (34), contained in 
two wooden cases. Mostly extremely fine. 


7E Mudie’s series of National Victories (40). Mostly extremely 
fine. 


/® Dassier’s Medallic History of Rome (60), in case. Extremely 
fine. 


7E Dassier’s Kings and Queens of England (27). Mostly extremely 
fine. 


Miscellaneous commemorative medals, etc., mostly in Ai and 
white metal (30). Several extremely fine. 


Miscellaneous commemorative medals, etc., AR (7), AE, etc. (9). 
Mostly very fine. 


Miscellaneous commemorative medals, etc., mostly in Au (41) 
Some extremely fine. 


Peck, C. W., English Copper Coins, Ist edition. 


Coin cabinet by Swann, 13in. wide, 10in. high, 12in. deep, fitted 
20 trays; another, 8in. x 8in. x 6in., fitted 10 trays, all 
double-pierced to hold coins of-various sizes. 


Mahogany coin cabinet, llin. x 7in. x 10in., fitted 12 trays on 
runners, double-pierced to hold coins of various sizes, rising 
top, fall front. 


Coin cabinet of calf-bound rosewood, 17in. x 6in. x 1lin., fitted 
12 shallow drawers in two tiers, each fitted with a loose 
velvet-lined tray and pierced to hold two layers of coins of 
various sizes, rising top, fall front. 


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